James Macintyre, MD, is a sports medicine physician with a special interest in overuse/overtraining injuries and tendon disorders of the upper and lower extremities, including throwing, dance and running injuries. He offers Extra Corporeal Shock Wave Therapy, the latest in treatment of tendon disorders. Dr. Macintyre received his medical degree from the University of Western Ontario in 1978. He completed a two-year fellowship in primary care sports medicine, and his earned a Master Degree in physical education, exercise physiology and sports science at the University of British Columbia. He has served as a team physician for professional basketball, soccer and hockey teams, as well as Olympic and world championship teams during his career. He has previously worked and taught in the University of Utah School of Dance and the Ballet West Academy. Dr. Macintyre has excellent academic sports medicine credentials. He is an Editor for the Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, and a reviewer of scientific articles for several international journals. He has given over 300 lectures in 10 different countries over his career. He founded the first Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship in Utah. He specializes in non-surgical treatment of knee, shoulder, foot, ankle and spine disorders, tendon problems and concussion management.
University of Western Ontario
St. Paul’s Hospital
British Columbia Sports Medicine Center